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This cottage style architecture was created by adding a 2nd floor and garage to this small rambler. Photography: Sicora, Inc. Inspiration for a timeless wood gable roof remodel in Minneapolis. Here is a basic cottage-style home with a combination of shingles and vertical siding. The main field color is Copley Gray HC-104 by ...


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Jun 15, 2016 ... A gabled roof is a roof with two sloping sides that come together at a ridge, creating end walls with a triangular extension, called a gable, at the top. Also known as pitched or peaked roof, gable roofs are some of the most popular roofs in the US.


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Gabled roofs are the kind young children typically draw. They have two sloping sides that come together at a ridge, creating end walls with a triangular extension , called a gable, at the top. The house shown here has two gable roofs and two dormers, each with gable roofs of their own. The slant, or pitch, of the gables varies, ...


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Nov 21, 2017 ... Traditional Gable Roof on a House in Lithuania. Photo by De Agostini/W. Buss/ Getty Images (cropped). The most popular roof style may be the side gable, because it's one of the easiest to build. The gables on this house face the sides, so the slope of the roof is in the front and back. The gable is the ...


What is a gable roof? Any roof, even the ones that look completely flat, needs to slope to some degree to allow rainwater (and in countries where it's a common occurrence, snow) to drain off. Gabled roofs (also known as pitched roofs) are the kinds that have two sloping sides that meet in the middle at a ridge, creating end  ...